RMBNHNH3–USA Bear Paw Battlefield Nez Perce National Historic Park near Chinook Montana Native americans American natives First nation
RMA7WX8T–Farms on the Nez Perce reservation in Lapwai Idaho 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMCX03KX–Chief Joseph (1840-1904), the Civil Leader of the Nez Perce Nation from 1871 Until his Death
RM2BDX9DH–Nez Perce War, 1877
RMA6J4FX–Nez Perce Indian camp site tipi poles at Big Hole National Battlefield which memorializes the Battle of Big Hole in 1877
RMFAT2GH–Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt or Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it surrenders to General Nelson Appleton Miles on October 5, 1877, thereby ending the Nez Perce War. Chief Joseph or Young Joseph, 1840 – 1904. Leader of the Wal-lam-wat-kain (Wallowa) band of Nez Perce, a Native American tribe. Nelson Appleton Miles, 1839 – 1925. United States soldier.
RMD4XE32–Death of Chief Joseph of Nez Perce People, Nez Perce Tribe, Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho or Nimiipuu of Native Americans (Sept 1904) Vintage Illustration
RFW46KM2–Famous Indian Chief: Hooshtogl or Toim Hill, Shahaptian-Nez Perce tribe
RMG58P44–Birch Creek flowing past the Lemhi Mountains along the Nez Perce National Historic Trail near Spalding, Idaho. The trail follows the route taken by the Nez Perce Indian tribe in 1877 during their attempt to flee the U.S. Cavalry and get to Canada, to avoid being forced on to a reservation.
RMM3MY98–Nez Perce Tepees, circa 1850
RMRYME98–Nez Perce, Tracht, Dance of the United States, War dance, 1906, Idaho, Lewiston, Nez Perces War Dance Lewiston
RMA5FDWJ–Nez Perce Native American Indians paricipate in a ceremonial parade at Pendelton Oregon
RMDH2HBM–Looking Glass, a Nez Perce' chief, on horseback in front of a tepee, 1877 530914
RMBTK494–Daughter of Chief Kamakur, Nez Percé tribe, photo ca. 1915
RMB5DW5J–Detail of Nez Perce beadwork of cradle board, Olympia State Capitol Museum, Washingon state, USA
RMER96WP–Nez Perces. Print shows a member of the survey expedition, possibly Isaac I. Stevens, meeting with a group of Nez Perce Indians in a heavily wooded area. Date 1860. Published by Major & Knapp Lith. Sarony. Nez Perces. Print shows a member of the surve
RMAH8611–White water on Payette River in Nez Perce Indian country Idaho
RMA45P4K–AJD56124, Lewiston, ID, Idaho, Nez Perce County Museum, Art Deco Style
RMBNHNHT–USA Bear Paw Battlefield Nez Perce National Historic Park near Chinook Montana Native americans American natives First nation
RMADW8GC–Battle of Birch Creek during the Nez Perce War in eastern Oregon 1878. Hand-colored woodcut
RMR0A3XM–Chief Joseph (1840-1904], Nez Perce Chief, Portrait by Rudolph B. Scott, 1899
RM2BDX9CB–Nez Perce War, General Miles' Surprise Attack, 1877
RME16Y93–Montana, Big Hole National Battlefield, famous 1877 battle between Nez Perce Indians and U.S. Troops, siege area trail sign
RF2DR8WK7–Wild and Scenic Rapid River flows along Trail #113 in Idaho's Nez Perce National Forest.
RMH2FKRX–MONTANA - Ghost tepees, poles standing to mark the location of where the Nez Perce were sleeping the night of the slaughter.
RMCWB6A7–The Idaho Indian war. Eagle of Light, Nez Perce; Joseph, Nez Perce; and (Smohollah). Cabinet Card, 1877
RMG575HA–Tipi tents during a re-enactment on the Lemhi River on the Nez Perce National Historic Trail near Spalding, Idaho. The trail follows the route taken by the Nez Perce Indian tribe in 1877 during their attempt to flee the U.S. Cavalry and get to Canada, to avoid being forced on to a reservation.
RM2GCBW3D–Nez Perce riders in a procession around a longhouse at Am'saaxpa, Wallowa Valley, Oregon.
RM2B0KK20–Nez Perce artist, Bowcase and Quiver, Nez Perce, Nez Perce artist, ca. 1870, Idaho, Oregon, or Washington, United States; United States, Nez Perce, Otter skin, native-tanned leather, wool cloth, glass beads, ermine, and silk ribbon, Overall: H. 45 in. (114.3 cm), Other (quiver): H. 32 1/4 x W. 6 1/4 in. (81.9 x 15.9 cm), Other (bowcase): H. 38 1/2 x W. 3 5/8 in. (97.8 x 9.2 cm
RMB8JDH4–Dworshak National Fish Hatchery located on the Clearwater River within the Nez Perce Reservation near Orofino Idaho
RM2A7BPF1–Edward S. Curtis Native American Indians - Joseph Dead Feast Lodge--Nez Percé ca. 1905
RMDEABC4–Chief Joseph, Nez Perce, when young 523607
RMKBYW7M–Tipya la lwilpilp, Nez Perce Indian, Washington, 1899 (LAROCHE 81)
RFDY3575–Appaloosa horse on ranch in central Idaho
RMCYN27A–A close-up of the ornate and colorful ceremonial dress of a Native American Umatilla Indian couple near Pendleton, Oregon, USA.
RMA45PPP–AJD56203, Spalding, ID, Idaho, Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor Center, museum, tepee
RMDA9XEP–Big Hole, National Battlefield, Nez Perce Trail, Montana, USA, America, United States, USA, panorama, landscape, prairie, nature
RMA64TR2–Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Native Americans who were driven from their homeland in the 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFA4N0A–White Bird Canyon, Opening Battle of Nez Perce War, Idaho Territory, 1877, Book Illustration from “Indian Horrors or Massacres of the Red Men”, by Henry Davenport Northrop, 1891
RMHRP1CW–Chief Joseph, Nez Perce Indian Chief
RMBAW40W–Chief Joseph and Nez Perce Chiefs
RMB3Y9MK–Nez Perce River with Buffalo Yellowstone National Park WY
RMM6KNR6–Nez Perce Creek at -15°F.
RMCWB6AW–I-ah-to-tonah, or Little Woman Mountain, and son A-last-Sauked, or Looking-away-off, Nez Perce, ca. 1909
RMBTK485–The Idaho Indian war. Eagle of Light, Nez Perce; Joseph, Nez Perce; and (Smohollah). Cabinet Card, 1877
RM2GCBWCX–Nez Perce riders in a procession around a longhouse at Am'saaxpa, Wallowa Valley, Oregon.
RM2HB2W9D–Bag, Nimi'ipuu (Nez Perce), c.1900, Tanned hide, corn husk, dye, glass beads, and shell beads, Made in United States, North and Central America, Containers, jewelry & personal accessories, 16 × 5 1/2 in. (40.6 × 14 cm
RMBBPHTD–National Park sign at the Spalding Site visitor center Nez Perce National Historic Park Idaho
RM2A7BNC1–Edward S. Curtis Native American Indians - Yellow Bull--Nez Percé Indian portrait ca. 1905
RMDH2E7X–Bird's-eye view of Nez Perce' Agency, Idaho, 1879 519140
RMMMXHYN–Fort Nez Percés Nez Perce camp outside walls of Old Fort Walla Walla on the Columbia River, Washington in engraving made 1853. 1860. Fort Nez Perces 1853
RFM7TH6W–Clearwater River Canyon, Northwest Passage Scenic Byway, Nez Perce Trail, Nez Perce Indian Reservation, near Spalding, Idaho, USA
RMF5K24Y–Herd of American Bison, Bison bison, (buffalo), at Nez Perce Creek, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
RMCYN27R–A Native American Indian couple shows off their ceremonial dress on the Umatilla Indian Reservation near Pendleton, Oregon, USA.
RMBNHNJ1–USA Bear Paw Battlefield Nez Perce National Historic Park near Chinook Montana Native americans American natives First nation
RMPJJ0MX–Blooming spring wildflowers carpet the Zumwalt Prairie and the distant snowcapped Wallowa Mountains in NE Oregon’s Wallowa County.
RMR0A3Y0–Three Native American Men, Eagle of Light, Joseph & Smohollah, Seated Portrait, The Idaho Indian War, by Charles W. Phillips, Walla Walla, Washington, USA, 1877
RMB0B45X–North America, USA, South Dakota, Rapid City, Journey Museum, Nez Perce war shirt. Property Release.
RMC2JGHR–Nez Percé baby
RMAAM64J–NATIVE AMERICAN HOOP DANCER FROM NEZ PERCE TRIBE
RMCWB6AB–Chief Joseph, Nez Percé chief, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / E.A. Burbank, Nespelem, Wash, color halftone ca.
RMBTK48F–Nez Perce delegates with Benjamin Beveridge (left, standing), owner of Washington House, Washington, DC. ca. 1880
RMG35G95–Solar panels on a wall tent in the Imnaha River Canyon, Northeast Oregon.
RMA4Y2CA–Nez Perce Indians playinh frums Native American Tribe in a Pow Wow Idaho VISUAL WRITTEN
RFM1NAKB–Stunning views of the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area from along the Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) trail in Eastern Oregon.
RMW2HPG3–Edward S. Curtis Native American Indians - Nez Percé man in full feather headdress, braided hair, and necklaces ca. 1910
RMDFM6W7–Nez Perce Indian Wars, graves of soldiers and civilian scouts killed. 533071
RMCEP3ME–Sunset over layered ridges and conifer forest, view west from Burnt Knob, Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho, USA
RMAXJ7T3–General Oliver Otis Howard pursuing the Nez Perce Indians on the Dead Mule Trail in Idaho 1877. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2HGYPB5–Blanket strip ca. 1850 Niimíipuu / Nez Perce , Native American Blanket strips cover the seam of two sewn-together halves of a bison hide, often used for men’s robes. Born of utility, the strips themselves became symbolic objects. Plains and Plateau men wore them on robes with or without seams, and they later appeared on trade blankets. The rosettes of this rare Plateau strip are constructed of quill-wrapped horsehair.. Blanket strip. Niimíipuu / Nez Perce , Native American. ca. 1850. Tanned leather, glass beads, horsehair, porcupine quills, dye, wool cloth, and brass bells. Possibly made in Id
RMDPPB7H–MEETING NEZ PERCES
RMA45PPT–AJD56204, Spalding, ID, Idaho, Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor Center, museum, tepee
RMBNHNHD–USA Bear Paw Battlefield Nez Perce National Historic Park near Chinook Montana Native americans American natives First nation
RMPJJ0ME–Blooming spring wildflowers carpet the Zumwalt Prairie and the distant snowcapped Wallowa Mountains in NE Oregon’s Wallowa County.
RMFA4N0H–“Camp of the Nez Perces in Grande Ronde Valley”, North East Oregon, 1876, Book Illustration from “Indian Horrors or Massacres of the Red Men”, by Henry Davenport Northrop, 1891
RM2BDX9E5–Nez Perce War, 1877
RM2EGC24M–Nez Perce warrior on horse, 1910
RMA8M7H9–USA IDAHO NATIVE AMERICANS Nez Perce boy dancing at All Indian Pow Wow
RMFF6P9J–CHIEF JOSEPH (1840?-1904). /nAmerican Nez Perce Native American chief.
RMBTK49G–I-ah-to-tonah, or Little Woman Mountain, and son A-last-Sauked, or Looking-away-off, Nez Perce, ca. 1909
RMEDD22T–Old Chief Joseph gravesite, Nez Perce National Historic Park, Wallowa Valley, Oregon.